|Imperfectos Feat. Mr Yamwolf - NOW|
NOW - Imperfectos
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|NOW - pileofskyhighmiles (ca514) - NOW|
Between a raucous start & finish, Now's third album for Clinical Archives, "pileofskyhighmiles", captures a selection of sensitive, carefully crafted experimental pop tunes & is the least studio-manipulated of Now's albums. Minimal, yet varied, the songs capture a process of organic recording & collaborative song-writing, more closely reflecting the band's live sound. Since their foundation in 1998, Now have released eight albums, contributed exclusive tracks to many compilations, collaborated w...
Keywords: experimental pop
|NOW - Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths (ca473) - NOW|
‘Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths’ is a double album of songs and instrumentals, the majority of which grew out of studio improvisations. The tracks on this collection are a selection of recordings from 2008-2011. In comparison with Now’s previous albums, ‘Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths’ features both more upbeat – at times joyfully silly – and dark, melancholy tunes, which reflect the varied character of their on-stage improvisations...
Keywords: experimental; pop
|NOW - Ooo-Doo-Sigh (ca320) - NOW|
"Ooo-Doo-Sigh" is a collection of live recordings taken from NOWs Japan tour in May 2009. It features unique & stripped down version of songs from their albums "Ooodipooomn", "The Hepadaboo" & "Frisbee Hotpot", as well as new improvisations & short sound experiments. These recordings also feature guest Japanese musicians: percussionists Chica Inoue & Viva Sherry, avant-garde guitarist Akira Toyonaga, vibraphone-player Izumi Misawa and energetic drums from Yoshiyuki Ichiraku...
Keywords: experimental pop; electronic pop; improvisation; live; other
|Ooo-Doo-Sigh - NOW|
"Ooo-Doo-Sigh" is a collection of live recordings taken from NOWs Japan tour in May 2009. It features unique & stripped down version of songs from their albums "Ooodipooomn", "The Hepadaboo" & "Frisbee Hotpot", as well as new improvisations & short sound experiments. These recordings also feature guest Japanese musicians: percussionists Chica Inoue & Viva Sherry, avant-garde guitarist Akira Toyonaga, vibraphone-player Izumi Misawa and energetic drums from Yoshiyuki Ichiraku.
|Threads - Now, Now|
|live on dublab 04.27.07 - Unrecognizable Now|
Unrecognizable Now came by dublab to record a live set while on tour in support of their debut release “In a Cave or a Coma” out on Pehr (pehrlabel.com). Please enjoy their elevated tones and melodies. To learn more about the band visit:unrecnow.com
|Earth Analog - Now Vs Now|
|Now, (Here & Now) - Now, (Here & Now)|
Download free music. Concerts in the Live Music Archive are available for download and streaming in formats including flac, mp3, and ogg vorbis.
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, November 23, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, November 23, 2010 The Fear of Sicko: CIGNA Whistleblower Wendell Potter Apologizes to Michael Moore for PR Smear Campaign; Moore Says Industry Was Afraid Film Would Cause a "Tipping Point" for Healthcare Reform We host a joint interview with Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore and Wendell Potter, who was the head of corporate communications for the health insurance giant CIGNA when Moore’s film Sicko was released in 2007...
|Democracy Now! Monday, February 14, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Monday, February 14, 2011 “This is a Dream Come True”: Egyptians Celebrate in Cairo After Mubarak Resigns Democracy Now! correspondent Anjali Kamat was in the streets of Cairo as Egyptians erupted with joy after learning President Hosni Mubarak had stepped down following 18 days of street protests that began on January 25. In this video report, Kamat takes us to Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where people are not only cleaning up the streets but are also maintaining their rights to ...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, May 26, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, May 26, 2011 Vermont Poised to Become 1st State to Enact Single-Payer Healthcare Today Vermont is set to make history by becoming the first state in the nation to offer universal, single-payer healthcare when Gov. Peter Shumlin signs its healthcare reform bill into law. The Vermont plan, called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, will attempt to stem rising medical care prices and provide universal coverage...
|Democracy Now! Friday, December 25, 2009 - Democracy Now!|
StoryCorps: National Social History Project Records Ordinary People Telling Their Stories to Each Other We hear the voices of people, citizen and non-citizen, old and young telling their stories to each other. A grandmother tells her grandson about her own childhood. A young man proposes to his girlfriend. A soldier talks about his experience in war. A father remembers a loved one who passed away….All of these are stories told by ordinary Americans...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, March 3, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, March 3, 2011 As Gaddafi Forces Launch New Attacks, Reports on the Ground from a Divided Libya Forces loyal to Col. Muammar Gaddafi have launched fresh air strikes on Libyan towns captured by anti-government opposition in a popular uprising over the past two weeks. Gaddafi has lost control of the eastern half of Libya, and thousands of protesters are thought to have been killed by Gaddafi’s forces...
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, September 7, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, September 7, 2010 Facing Poor Unemployment, Foreclosure & Bankruptcy Rates, Obama Campaigns on Economy in Lead-Up to Nov. Midterms It’s the economy, stupid. As President Obama faces devastating unemployment, foreclosure and bankruptcy rates, with no end in sight, he’s begun a ten-week campaign around the country leading up the November midterm elections. We speak with John Nichols, the Washington correspondent for The Nation magazine, who says Obama should borrow a pa...
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Headlines * McChrystal Apologizes for Afghan Civilian Casualties; US Death Toll Reaches 1,000 * US Commander: Withdrawal from Iraq May Be Delayed * Sudan to Sign Darfur Peace Deal * Democrats $15B Jobs Bill Advances in Senate with GOP Help * Report: Wall Street Bonuses Increased 17 Percent in 2009 * Obama Outlines Healthcare Priorities Ahead of Bipartisan Meeting * Afghan Immigrant Pleads Guilty in NYC Subway Bombing Plot * EPA Delays New Greenhouse Gas Emissions Regulations * Energy Department ...
|Democracy Now! Monday, August 29, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! television program for Monday, August 29, 2011. Headlines for August 29,2011 "We Are Still Under Siege": Vermont Gov. Shumlin on Catastrophic Flooding & Climate Change Bill McKibben: Will Hurricane Irene Be a Wake-Up Call about Climate Change? Shored Up: Debate over Development on Barrier Islands Intensifies After Hurricane NYC Criticized for Failing to Evacuate Prisoners at Rikers Island Ahead of Hurricane Global Warming & War: New Study Finds Link Between Climate Change and Con...
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|Democracy Now! Wednesday, April 27, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Wednesday, April 27, 2011
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, May 31, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, May 31, 2011 Out of Exile: Exclusive Report on Ousted Honduran President Zelaya’s Return Home 23 Months After U.S.-Backed Coup In a Democracy Now! global broadcast exclusive, we take you on the plane of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya as he and his family return home after almost two years in exile. We speak with Zelaya, ousted Honduran foreign minister Patricia Rodas, Honduran exile René Guillermo Amador, and former Colombian senator Piedad Córdoba, one of th...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, November 6, 2008 - Democracy Now!|
President-Elect Obama and the Future of US Foreign Policy: A Roundtable Discussion Congratulations pour in from around the world for President-elect Barack Obama after his historic victory Tuesday night. But what are Obama’s foreign policy positions, and what are the concerns for those living in countries at the target end of US foreign policy? We host a roundtable discussion with filmmaker and investigative journalist John Pilger in Britain, Columbia University professor and Africa scholar Ma...
|Democracy Now! Friday, May 7, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Today's Headlines: * BP Oil Slick Reaches La. Shores * U.S. Imposes 3-Week Freeze on New Offshore Drilling Permits * Labor, Civil Rights Groups Urge Arizona Boycott * Senate Defeats Amendment to Break Up Banks * Study: Americans “Bombarded” With Cancer Causes * Pentagon Bans 4 Reporters from Gitmo Trials * Fmr. Guatemalan Soldier Involved in 1982 Massacre Arrested in Florida * Greek Lawmakers Approve New Austerity Measures * Burmese Opposition Party Dissolves * 2 Palestinian Civil Rights Act...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, February 10, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, February 10, 2011 Striking Egyptian Workers Fuel the Uprising After 10 Years of Labor Organizing Egypt’s pro-democracy uprising is surging after striking workers joined in the protests nationwide. Thousands of Egyptian workers walked off the job Wednesday demanding better wages and benefits. Strikes were reported in Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and the Suez Canal. We speak to Stanford University Professor Joel Beinin, who, as the former director of Middle East Studies at t...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, October 21, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, October 21, 2010 6 Months Since BP Oil Spill, Writer and Environmentalist Terry Tempest Williams Asks "Where Is Our Outrage?" Six months ago, BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil rig blew up in the Gulf of Mexico, killing eleven workers and triggering the worst oil spill disaster in US history. More than 200 million gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf, polluting coastlines in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida...
|Democracy Now! radio program for January 19, 2009 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! radio program for January 19, 2009
|Democracy Now! Monday, March 4, 2009 - Democracy Now!|
Despite Celebrated Speech, Has Obama Really Ordered an End to US Occupation of Iraq? President Obama’s plan to withdraw US combat troops from Iraq has both been hailed by some as a signal of the coming end of the war while criticized by others as an extension of the occupation. We host a debate between Lawrence Korb, the former assistant secretary of defense under President Reagan, and Jeremy Scahill, award-winning author and investigative journalist...
Keywords: News, Politics, Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, May 17, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Israeli Troops Shoot U.S. Student in Head with High-Velocity Tear Gas Canister "I was shot at close range with a high-velocity metal tear gas canister... When it hit me, it tore off a part of my scalp," says Christopher Whitman, a 25-year-old American student and activist who was seriously injured when he was shot by Israeli forces while attending a West Bank protest on Friday...
|Democracy Now! Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Wednesday, March 23, 2011 Debating Intervention: Is U.S.-Led Military Action the Best Solution to Libya Crisis? Forces loyal to Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi continue to advance on rebel-held towns amidst ongoing U.S.-led air strikes. Gaddafi’s deadly crackdown on the Libyan uprising has sparked debate on longstanding questions around international intervention. We’re joined by Libyan poet, scholar and University of Michigan professor Khaled Mattawa, who supports U.S.-led...
|Democracy Now! Friday, April 8, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
|Democracy Now! Monday, November 29, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Monday, November 29, 2010 U.S. Facing Global Diplomatic Crisis Following Massive WikiLeaks Release of Secret Diplomatic Cables The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has begun releasing a giant trove of confidential U.S. diplomatic cables that is sending shockwaves through the global diplomatic establishment. Among the findings: Arab leaders are urging the United States to attack Iran; Washington and Yemen agreed to cover up the use of U.S...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, October 14, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, October 14, 2010 Republican Ex-CEOs Challenge Veteran Dems in California’s Heated Gubernatorial, Senate Races California’s gubernatorial contest has already become the most expensive non-presidential race in US history. The billionaire Republican candidate, former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, has reportedly spent an unprecedented $140 million of her own fortune, nearly fourteen times as much as her challenger Jerry Brown, a longtime California politician, former governor an...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, January 13, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, January 13, 2011 Obama Calls for "Civil and Honest Public Discourse" at Tucson Shooting Memorial More than 26,000 people attended a memorial Wednesday night to remember the victims of Saturday’s shooting in Tucson that left six people dead and 20 wounded, including Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who remains in critical condition. In his 33-minute address, President Obama called for civil and honest public discourse and paid tribute to the victims of Saturday’s s...
|Monday, November 23, 2009 - Democracy Now!|
Headlines * Senate Votes To Open Debate on Healthcare Bill * Unemployment Rate Rises in 29 States * Vulture Funds Make Millions Off Gov’t-Backed Home Loans * UC Students End Occupations in Berkeley and Santa Cruz * U.S. To Finance Anti-Taliban Militias in Afghanistan * 21 People Killed in Election Violence in the Philippines * Hackers Break Into Servers of UK Climate Research Unit * Radiation Leak At Three Mile Island Investigated * Philip Morris Ordered to Pay $300 Million to Ex-Smoker * Penn...
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, November 2, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, November 2, 2010 How Safe Is Your Ballot? Tracking Voter Suppression, Intimidation on Election Day As millions of voters head to the polls, Democratic and progressive groups are concerned with reports of voter intimidation and efforts to suppress minority and poor voters from casting their ballots. They point to the mushrooming of Republicans and Tea Party-affiliated groups who are raising the specter of voter fraud in states across the country...
|Democracy Now! Wednesday, January 12, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Wednesday, January 12, 2011 Tè Tremblé: Remembering the Earthquake in Haiti One year ago today, Haiti was devastated by a massive earthquake. Up to a quarter of a million people were killed and more than 1.5 million were made homeless. It was one of the worst natural disasters in history. We go back to January 12, 2010, and to the aftermath of the earthquake—what Haitians call Tè Tremblé, the earth trembles...
|Democracy Now! Monday, May 3, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Today's Headlines: * May Day Rallies Held To Protest Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant Law * Major League Baseball Union Urges Arizona to Repeal Law * Halliburton’s Role in Oil Rig Explosion Probed * EU and IMF Agree to $146 Billion Bailout of Greece * Pakistani Man Convicted For Role in 2008 Mumbai Attacks * New York Investigate Failed Times Square Car Bombing * Civilian Casualties Soar in Afghanistan * Student Strike Shuts Down University of Puerto Rico * Anesthesiologists Face Censure For Particip...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, June 9, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, June 9, 2011 Obama Hides Meeting with Top Bahraini Leader—And Mutes Criticism of Ongoing Crackdown Amidst an intensifying crackdown on anti-government protesters in the tiny Gulf island kingdom of Bahrain, President Obama met Tuesday with Crown Prince Salman bin Isa al-Khalifa, a visit that was not announced beforehand. We speak with Nabeel Rajab, president of Bahrain’s Center for Human Rights, based in Manama...
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, January 11, 2011 Former Classmate of Jared Loughner: "He Was Definitely Off...He Didn’t Have the Same Stability Apparent in Most People" Accused gunman Jared Lee Loughner made his first court appearance yesterday since the January 8 shooting rampage that left six people dead and wounded 14 others, including Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona. We speak with a former classmate of Loughner who sat behind him in poetry class...
|Democracy Now! Friday, March 26, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Today's Headlines * Congress Approves Final Healthcare Provisions * Sen. Sanders Praises Expansion of Primary Healthcare * Report: 1,700 Corporations Lobbied on Healthcare * Suspicious White Powder Sent to Office of Rep. Weiner * Conservative Think Tank Fires Former Bush Speech Writer * Student Loan Package Passed in Congress * GOP Blocks Jobless Benefits Bill * Obama to Announce New Program to Help Homeowners * Pope Faces Increasing Criticism in Sexual Abuse Scandals * Indonesian Human Rights G...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, June 16, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, June 16, 2011 Political Crisis in Greece Amidst Revolt Against Massive Budget Cuts and Tax Hikes Greece was rocked Wednesday by massive street protests and a strike of millions of workers against the government’s austerity plans. In response, embattled Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou announced he will reshuffle his cabinet to try to achieve consensus on how to address the country’s crippling debt crisis...
|Democracy Now! Friday, January 14, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Friday, January 14, 2011 Tucson Shooting Survivor: "It Looks Like Palin, Beck, Sharron Angle and the Rest Got Their First Target" We speak with Tucson shooting survivor Eric Fuller. A 63-year-old disabled veteran, Fuller had campaigned for Arizona Democrat Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in her reelection campaign and was at the supermarket in Tucson on Saturday to meet with her. He was shot in the knee and also wounded in the back...
|Democracy Now! Tuesday, February 15, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Tuesday, February 15, 2011 Obama’s $3.7 Trillion Budget Calls for Military Spending Increases and Deep Cuts to Social Service Programs President Obama has unveiled a budget plan seeking to trim the federal deficit by cutting or eliminating some 200 federal programs, many dedicated to social services and education, while increasing military spending and funding for the construction of nuclear power plants...
|Potty Train In One Day - Learn Now|
Potty Train In One Day. What is the first question most people ask about. Sensory seekers may benefit from these techniques and not want to take your dog though. Parents of children with autism need to understand that there are. When it comes to potty training children, it seems everyone has an opinion or advice. Children learn most of their skills through potty train in one day imitation so letting the daughter watch her mom in the toilet will prove beneficial...
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|Toilet Training - Learn Now|
Toilet Training. Lifestyles Editor of American Baby Magazine, has some tips. The first groundbreaking book to claim your child could be potty trained in a few hours came way back in the 1970s when two psychologists. BabyCentre When it comes to potty training toilet training your toddler we need to get a few myths out of the way first. I tried the 3 day potty training on the recommendation of a friend...
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|Democracy Now! Friday, December 18, 2009 - Democracy Now!|
Headlines * Obama Offers No New Proposals in COP15 Address * Leaked Admission of Higher Temps Adds to Summit Uncertainty * Danish Police Tapped Activists’ Phones * 16 Killed in US Drone Attack in Pakistan * US Opens New Afghan Assault as Deployment Begins * Iraq, Afghan Militants Hacked Into US Drone Feeds * Contractors Comprise 69% of Pentagon Workforce * Haidar Returns Home After Month-Long Hunger Strike * Report: CIA Backing PA Forces in Torture of Hamas Prisoners * House Panel to Probe Cit...
|Democracy Now! Thursday, April 21, 2011 - Democracy Now!|
Democracy Now! Thursday, April 21, 2011 Oscar-Nominated Director Tim Hetherington and Pulitzer Finalist Photojournalist Chris Hondros Killed on Front Lines of Libyan Conflict Award-winning photojournalists Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington, director and producer of the documentary film Restrepo, were killed Wednesday when they came under fire in Libya. Hetherington and Hondros, who had covered conflict zones around the world, were part of a group of six photographers reporting on the Libyan con...
|Democracy Now! Friday, September 5, 2008 - Democracy Now!|
Headlines * McCain Accepts RNC Nomination * Peace Activists Interrupt McCain Address * Up to 400 Arrested on RNC’s Last Day * Obama Finds Common Ground with O’Reilly in Fox News Appearance * Abramoff Sentenced to 4-Year Term * Book: Admin Conducting Extensive Spying on Iraqi Gov’t * Pentagon Urges Delay of Iraq Troop Reductions; Afghan Occupation to Increase * US Arrests Iraqi Journalist, Family * Army Suicide Rate on Record-Setting Pace * Karzai Visits Site of Deadly US Strike * Anger Gro...
|Democracy Now! Monday, December 21, 2009 - Democracy Now!|
Headlines * UN Climate Talks End in Failure Without Binding Deal * 23 Climate Protesters Arrested in Australian Coal Protest * Key Procedural Healthcare Vote Passes in Senate * Feingold Blasts White House for Not Supporting Public Option * Study: $635 Million Spent on Healthcare Lobbying * Report: Obama Ordered US Military Strike on Yemen * Senate Approves $636 Billion Military Spending Bill * Prominent Iranian Dissident Cleric is Buried * Mother of Detained American Hiker Pleas for Iran to Rele...
|Democracy Now! Friday, December 12, 2008 - Democracy Now!|
* Headlines for December 12, 2008 * EXCLUSIVE...AWOL US Soldier Seeks Asylum in Germany Over Returning to "Illegal" War in Iraq * U.S. Use of Bases in Germany for Iraq War Goes Against German Constitution That Forbids Launching Wars from German Soil, Says Activist * Senate Report Finds Rumsfeld Directly Responsible For U.S. Torture of Prisoners
|Democracy Now! Wednesday, May 5, 2010 - Democracy Now!|
Headlines * BP: Spill Could Be Ten Times Current Estimate * US: Suspect Admits to Failed Times Square Bombing * NY Officials Push for Expanded Surveillance * Greeks Protest Austerity Measures with National Strike * Ahmadinejad: Sanctions Would Hurt US More Than Iran * Israeli Settlers Accused of Burning West Bank Mosque * EPA Delays Move on Classifying Coal Ash as Hazardous Waste * Phoenix Suns to Protest Arizona Anti-Immigrant Law * Arizona Measure Could Ban Ethnic Studies Program * Plant Overl...
|Zinn_Goodman_Event - Democracy Now!|
A one-minute video promo for an event in Boston on Monday, April 16, 2007